Submitted by EsotericAnomaly 730d ago | opinion piece

Why the Wii U needs the competition

The Esoteric Anomaly looks at the next generation console debate at a different angle. Could the Wii U be destined to make a greater impression on the video game market in light of the success predicted for the Xbox One and Playstation 4 systems?

In this critics eyes the Wii U is to once again serve as the natural alternative that Microsoft's and Sony's rivalry will motivate sales towards.

Please enjoy! (Wii U)

11eleven11  +   730d ago
I guess it never really was a one console culture.
I'll probably get the PS4 mostly for various media content.
I kinda like the PS machines. But WiiU will be the main gaming device in my family for this gen. It's miles more original and fun.
7uff1  +   729d ago
Being that way the Wii U will end up losing the 3rd party support, but maybe if it sells pretty well it won't, I hope the 3rd party support increases so I can play lots of great games using the GamePad

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